Annie or Into the Woods? We’ll help you decide.
The year in moving pictures.
The director and star of Free the Nipple wants to end nipple censorship. “Maybe that’s what America needs, is big blasts of boobies.”
The former Luke Skywalker played Obi-Wan Kenobi and Emperor Palpatine in the Film Independent Live Read of The Empire Strikes Back alongside Jessica Alba, Aaron Paul, J.K. Simmons, and Ellen Page.
The Red Chapel doesn’t have stars, but it does have a bitterly funny and far more complex view on the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea than the Seth Rogen and James Franco film.
The best things in life are often imported.
With a trio of attention-grabbing roles in 2014 — The Normal Heart, American Horror Story: Freak Show, and Unbroken — Wittrock has taken Hollywood by storm.
Here’s guessing Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Franco never thought their North Korea assassination comedy would come to this.
An Australian haunting, a sociopathic news cameraman, an actor in crisis, and a lobby boy were some of the best things to come to the screen this year.
From Birdman to Top Five to Chef, movies have been all about the need for artistic recognition.
Can you guess which terrible movie plot is real? Please don’t steal any of the fake ones, Hallmark Channel, Lifetime or ABC Family.
In his third turn as a director, the comedian and filmmaker has finally made a movie that feels as sharp and personal as his stand-up. Not surprisingly, it deals with race, fame, and celebrity.
Angelina Jolie got totally shut out, but hooray for Jane the Virgin and Transparent!
How much of a film buff are you? Featuring playing cards designed by creative agency Human After All.
The new Christian Bale–led Biblical film updates Moses in every way except the most important one.
It is set five decades in the past, but Ava DuVernay’s film about Martin Luther King Jr. feels shockingly timely.
The final installment from Peter Jackson’s Middle-earth (at least for now) is basically just Middle-earth’s greatest hits.
The massive data leak includes intricate details on television syndication and movie licensing deals. From a commercial standpoint, it’s a nightmare for Sony.
After meeting as up-and-coming comedians in the early ’70s, Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara brought their signature brand of humor to Hollywood and — over the next 40 years — became a beloved on-screen duo. They look back on four decades of friendship, collaboration, and kissing.
From a financial perspective, the box office hit caused by the leak of unreleased films is expected to be minimal. Annie has the most at risk.
This ain’t no Eat Pray Love.
The studio’s latest release generated only $36 million at the domestic box office over the four-day Thanksgiving weekend, well below analysts’ expectations. The weak opening follows two failed attempts at a sale since September.
Let the binge-healing begin.
Because you’re home for the holidays. And there’s nothing to do.
It seems that the film may not be completely scientifically accurate. Which is utterly shocking, honestly.
Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis are back for a follow-up to their hit comedy that has none of the laughs of the original.